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Johanna

Johanna Fauerso | Painting Performed | Spring 2017

Dean John Fleming cordially invites you to a reception and presentation honoring Johanna Fauerso, artist and associate professor for the School of Art and Design at Texas State University. Her work resides at the intersection between painting, drawing, and performance. Over the last ten years she has been working on a series of paintings, drawings and video that rely on gesture and improvisation to explore themes of nature, gender, family, and humor.

Wednesday, February 8th 2017

Reception: 5-6pm Wine & Hors D’ oeuvres

Presentation: 6-7pm

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Joey Fauerso is an artist and Associate professor at Texas State University. Her work resides at the intersection between painting, drawing, and performance. Over the last ten years she has been working on a series of paintings, drawings and video that rely on gesture and improvisation to explore themes of nature, gender, family, and humor. The inspiration for the work is rooted in her experiences growing up in a Transcendental Meditation community in Iowa, an ongoing interest in the ways gender is expressed and defined in Western art, and most recently her experiences as a parent and observer of the cognitive and creative processes of children. Recently her work has been included in exhibitions at the Drawing Center in New York, The David Shelton Gallery in Houston, and Antenna Gallery in New Orleans. She lives with her family in San Antonio, Texas.